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Extracting latent heat from the air
Air Source heat pumps represent a major step forward in energy efficient climate control, because they utilize free heat from the environment, rather than generating it solely from traditional fuel sources such as gas, oil or LPG.

Reducing cost and CO2 emissions

Air source heat pumps from Toshiba/Mitsubishi/Panasonic UK have many environmental advantages thanks to their remarkable efficiency:

How air source heat pumps work

Air source heat pumps can extract latent heat from the outside air (even when the temperature outside is down to -15°C) and pump it inside to heat indoor spaces, making use of outside air as an infinitely renewable energy resource.

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Heat Pump

Recognised as a renewable heat technology

  • Use less energy than traditional heating methods
  • Reduce carbon emissions
  • Eligible for the Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (domestic RHI)
  • Eligible for Enhanced Capital Allowance (ECA)

Cost efficient operation

Because they consume much less electricity than the heat they generate, heat pumps have significantly lower running costs than traditional energy sources.

Their status as a renewable energy technology also renders them eligible for many tax benefits and government grant schemes such as 5% VAT on equipment and installation fees and support from the Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive scheme (domestic RHI) and eligible for enhanced capital allowence (ECA) for businesses.

The diagram below shows a typical four room heat pump air conditioning installation,providing energy efficient heat in winter and cooling in the summer.

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